How can I filter my search results?
When you’re searching under stories in feedly, there are several powerful search filters to narrow your search results and find just what you’re looking for. You can search within tags or collections, within a specific time frame, or even look for specific media embedded in the search results (for instance, video).
- Search Within: By default, you search in All Personal Feeds - in the settings on the right. You can search within your different categories in feedly to get content that only certain publications you follow publish.
- Time: You can define your search within today, the last seven days, the last 30 days, or forever, based on whether or not you’re looking for the most up-to-date news. Under the Time drop-down menu you can specify the time frame of your search.
- Matching: You can search by either the author or the title. If you know the author’s name, you can specify that you only want to see articles written by that person by selecting “Author” from the dropdown menu under Matching. Similarly, you can select whether or not you want your search word to be in the title of the story by selecting “Title” in the same drop-down menu.
- Sort By: With Sort By, search by popularity or chronologically. To read only the most popular stories, select Popularity in the Sort By drop-down menu. To see the most recent stories, select “Time: in the dropdown menu. This can be used for journalists who need to stay on top of recent, relevant news.
- Embeds: feedly’s search also allows you to search specifically for stories with an image, video, audio, or document. To use this filter, select one of the options in the drop-down menu under Embeds. This can be useful for people looking across the web for video reviews, for instance.
- Language: Choose a language in which the article should be written in.